Julia Muench to perform at Middletown Township Public Library
Middletown Township Public Library located at 55 New Monmouth Road, is proud to present Julia Muench, who will play an exciting program of music from a time when German immigrants came here in the 1830's led by her ancestor, Friederick Muench. They changed the course of American History for the better. Muench served as a Senator in Missouri for at least a decade and saw that certain Abolition laws were passed to end slavery here in the US. Songs include Chopin, some immigration pieces/songs Friederick wrote and lots more. Julia did this piano program in Washington DC at the German -American Heritage Museum.
Free in the community room on Monday March 9th beginning at 7:00 pm.
Composer, pianist and educator, Julia Muench, is on the faculty of the Monmouth Conservatory of Music in Red Bank, New Jersey, where she gives solo and chamber music concerts as well as music workshops with an emphasis on world music influences, dance and the musical phenomena. Julia is also a member of the New York Women Composers, the American Music Center, and ASCAP where she was recently awarded a writer’s award in the Ascaplus classical division.
The Middletown Township Library is conveniently located just one-third of a mile east of Route 35 North.